Library Resources

Research Databases

Looking for e-books, electronic periodicals, or other digital resources? Search a database!

  All EBSCO Databases
Full access to all 19 of LLTC’s EBSCO databases.  Includes Academic Search Premier, Health Source,  MasterFILE,  Professional Development Collection, and Regional Business News.

Read full e-books covering a wide range of topics.

A good place to look for scholarly resources, MegaFILE contains over 19,000 full-text publications.

ERIC, the Education Resource Information Center, is especially useful when researching topics in the field of education.

Topics covered by nearly 640 encyclopedias, books, and journals include biology, chemistry, earth science, environmental science, health, medicine, physics, technology, and wildlife.

Includes thousands of full-text journals as well as an extensive e-book collection.

The Indigenous Studies Portal, produced by the University of Saskatchewan, provides thousands of full-text resources, all focused on the subject of Indigenous Studies.

View hundreds of digitized U.S. newspapers spanning from 1690 to 2000.

View historical and present-day newspaper articles including recent articles from the New York Times, St. Paul Pioneer Press, Star Tribune, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post.

U.S. Government Documents

FDLP_NewLooking for official statistics or government reports? The LLTC Library is a congressionally designated depository for U.S. Government documents. Public access to these documents is guaranteed by public law (Title 44, United States Code).

Catalog of U.S. Government Publications
Search current and historic federal publications. Documents that are available online will feature direct links.

Federal Digital System (FDSys)
Browse, search, and download thousands of publications from all three branches of the federal government.

Request Interlibrary Loan Items

Can’t find the article you need through any of LLTC’s databases? Do our online catalogs not have the book, DVD, or CD you want? Use the links below to fill out interlibrary loan request forms, and we’ll find a free copy for you to borrow from another library. Articles usually take a couple days to arrive, while physical items (like books) take a little under a week, so plan ahead if you’re doing research for class.

Click here to request books, DVDs, or CDs.

Click here to request articles.

When accessing these request forms, you will be asked to login to the library’s online catalog. Your username will be 25495000_ _ _ _ _ _, where the last six digits are your student ID number. By default, your password will be your last name. Please fill out forms as completely as possible; we can find materials faster when you provide more information.

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